Report: Rear Window Regulator
BMW 325i Problem
Average Mileage: 88,032 mi (1,749 mi - 280,000 mi)
A side door window regulator may fail causing the window to stop working, in some eases falling into the door. Replacement of the failed regulator will be required to correct this concern.
Rear window regulator broke in the down position. You can hear the motor trying to move the window when you hit the button, but nothing happens. Part had to be replaced at the expense of $240
Visitor, 2001 BMW 325i, 1,749 mi
the driver side pulls up slow and stop some times
Visitor, 2005 BMW 325i, 100,000 mi
I have had to replace the passenger regulator twice and the driver side once... Not a very well engineered design if you ask me.
Visitor, 2001 BMW 325i
I have 3 windows motor/actuator replaced at various times. First it was my rear passenger window that won't go up or down at 45K miles. Then it was my passenger side(front) window followed by the driver side window. All three window motor regulator was replaced and cost of repair was high. BMW should have a recall re these issues.
Visitor, 2002 BMW 325i, 75,000 mi
The back regulators were both replaced along with the passengers before 55,000 miles by previous owner. I have now replaced the drivers at 70,000 miles for $390 Dec 2011.
Visitor, 2001 BMW 325i, 10,800 mi
Bought the car used and the window was open 1 inch only to find out that the regulator was faulty. Mechanic (whom I trust) says this is common in this car. Based on service record on CarFax,the rear window regulator was replaced at 35,000 miles.
Visitor, 2002 BMW 325i, 130,000 mi
all my window regulators have broken.
Visitor, 2001 BMW 325i, 115,000 mi
not fixing - not open both side front doors
Visitor, 2002 BMW 325i, 89,000 mi
I have had three of the four regulators replaced.
Visitor, 2001 BMW 325i, 100,000 mi
have replaced all window regulators 2 times (that is 8 of them) and same with my x5...same year.